Prof. Dr. Dagmar DeuberDagmar Deuber

Chair of Variation Linguistics

 
Contact:

Englisches Seminar
Johannisstraße 12-20
D - 48143 Münster

Room: 127
Phone: +49 (0) 251 - 83 - 2 56 03
E-Mail: deuber

Administration: Jutta Heuger


Nigerian Pidgin In Lagos English In The Caribbean
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  • Research Areas

    • varieties of English world-wide (special focus: Caribbean)
    • language contact
    • sociolinguistics
    • English-based Pidgins and Creoles
    • corpus linguistics
    • language use in media
  • CV

    Education

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    Post-doctoral degree (‘Habilitation’) in English Philology, University of Freiburg
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    PhD in English Philology, University of Freiburg
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    PhD scholarship, German National Academic Foundation
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    Visiting PhD student, Department of English, University of Lagos, Nigeria (DAAD scholarship)
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    MA in English, German and Romance Philologies, University of Freiburg
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    Visiting student, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (DAAD scholarship)
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    Visiting student, University of Durham, UK (DAAD scholarship)

    Positions

    since
    Chair of Variation Linguistics, English Department, University of Münster
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    Assistant professor, English Department, University of Freiburg
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    Visiting researcher and lecturer, Department of Liberal Arts, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad (DAAD scholarship)
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    Research assistant, English Department, University of Freiburg
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    Research assistant in DFG project "Sprache als Mittel der Identitätskonstitution und Abgrenzung" as part of SFB 541 "Identities and Alterities", University of Freiburg
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    Research assistant in DFG project "Sprache als Mittel der Identitätskonstitution und Abgrenzung" as part of SFB 541 "Identities and Alterities", University of Freiburg

    External functions

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    Member of the editorial advisory committee, Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages
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    Editorial board member, English World-Wide
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    Editorial board member, Journal of English Linguistics
  • Projects

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    finished
  • Publications

    Books (Monographs)

    Articles

    Research articles (journals)
    Research Articles in Proceedings (Conferences)
    Research articles (Book Contributions)
    • Westphal Michael, Brüggemann Katharina, Fischer Kathi, Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Sociolinguistic competence and TEIL: A study of the sociolinguistic awareness and perceptions of be like among German learners of English.’ In Glocalising Teaching English as an International Language: New Perspectives for Teaching and Teacher Education in Germany, edited by Callies Marcus, Hehner Stefanie, Meer Philipp, Westphal Michael, 121–138. London: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781003090106-10.
    • Meer, Philipp; Deuber, Dagmar. . ‘Standard English in Trinidad: Multinormativity, translocality, and implications for the Dynamic Model and the EIF Model.’ In Modelling World Englishes: A Joint Approach to Postcolonial and Non-Postcolonial Englishes, edited by Buschfeld Sarah, Kautsch Alexander, 274–297. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
    • Deuber, Dagmar; Hänsel, Eva Canan. . ‘The English of current Caribbean newspapers: American, British, in between or neither?’ In Corpus Linguistics, Context and Culture, edited by Wiegand, Viola; Mahlberg, Michaela, 43–74.
    • Deuber, Dagmar. . ‘The Indian tabloid in English: What type of community does it speak to, and how?’ In Contested Communities: Communication, Narration, Imagination, edited by Mühleisen Susanne, 113–127. Leiden: Brill.
    • Hackert Stephanie, Deuber Dagmar. . ‘American influence on written Caribbean English: A diachronic analysis of newspaper reportage in the Bahamas and in Trinidad and Tobago.’ In Grammatical Change in English World-Wide, edited by Collins Peter, 389–410. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
    • Leung Glenda Alicia, Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Indo-Trinidadian speech: An investigation into a popular stereotype surrounding pitch.’ In English in the Indian Diaspora, edited by Hundt Marianne, Sharma Devyani, 9–27. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
    • Hackert Stephanie, Deuber Dagmar, Biewer Carolin, Hilbert Michaela. . Modals of possibility, ability and permission in selected New Englishes.’ In Corpus Linguistics and Variation in English: Focus on Non-Native Englishes, edited by Huber Magnus, Mukherjee Joybrato, n. pag. Helsinki: Research Unit for Variation, Contacts and Change in English.
    • Deuber Dagmar, Sand Andrea. . Computer-mediated communication in Singapore: Spoken language features in weblogs and a discussion forum.’ In Anglistentag 2012 Potsdam: Proceedings, edited by Röder Katrin, Wischer Ilse, 385–396. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier.
    • Deuber Dagmar, Youssef Valerie. . ‘Trinidadian Creole.’ In The Mouton World Atlas of Variation in English, edited by Kortmann Bernd, Lunkenheimer Kerstin, 320–328. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
    • Deuber Dagmar, Biewer Carolin, Hackert Stephanie, Hilbert Michaela. . ‘Will and would in selected New Englishes: General and variety-specific tendencies.’ In Mapping Unity and Diversity in English World-Wide: Corpus-Based Studies of New Englishes, edited by Hundt Marianne, Gut Ulrike, 77–102. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘The creole continuum and individual agency: Approaches to stylistic variation in Jamaica.’ In Variation in the Caribbean: From Creole Continua to Individual Agency, edited by Hinrichs Lars, Farquharson Joseph T., 133–161. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
    • Hinrichs Lars, Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Writing non-standardized Pidgin/Creole languages in computer-mediated communication: A comparison of orthographic strategies in Jamaican Creole and Nigerian Pidgin.’ In Sprach- und Kulturkontakt in den Neuen Medien, edited by Kleinberger Günther Ulla, Wagner Franc, 97–134. Bern: Lang.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Standard English in the secondary school in Trinidad: Problems - properties - prospects.’ In World Englishes - Problems, Properties and Prospects: Selected Papers from the 13th IAWE Conference, edited by Hoffmann Thomas, Siebers Lucia, 83–104. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Caribbean ICE corpora: Some issues for fieldwork and analysis.’ In Corpora: Pragmatics and Discourse. Papers from the 29th International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora (ICAME 29), edited by Jucker Andreas H., Hundt Marianne, Schreier Daniel, 425–450. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Aspects of variation in educated Nigerian Pidgin: Verbal structures.’ In Structure and Variation in Language Contact, edited by Deumert Ana, Durrleman Stéphanie, 243–261. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
    • Deuber Dagmar, Oloko Patrick. . ‘Linguistic and literary development of Nigerian Pidgin: The contribution of radio drama.’ In The Politics of English as a World Language: New Horizons in Postcolonial Cultural Studies., edited by Mair Christian, 289–303. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
    Entries in Encyclopedia (Book Contributions)
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Syntax.’ In Theories and Methods in Linguistics, edited by Kortmann Bernd. Berlin: De Gruyter.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Substitution test.’ In Theories and Methods in Linguistics, edited by Kortmann Bernd. Berlin: De Gruyter.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Style.’ In Theories and Methods in Linguistics, edited by Kortmann Bernd. Berlin: De Gruyter.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Interactional sociolinguistics.’ In Theories and Methods in Linguistics, edited by Kortmann Bernd. Berlin: De Gruyter.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Creole continuum.’ In Theories and Methods in Linguistics, edited by Kortmann Bernd. Berlin: De Gruyter.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Constituent test.’ In Theories and Methods in Linguistics, edited by Kortmann Bernd. Berlin: De Gruyter.

    Reviews (Journals)

    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Review of Carolin Biewer, South Pacific Englishes: A Sociolinguistic and Morphosyntactic Profile of Fiji English, Samoan English and Cook Islands English (Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2015).’ Anglistik 27: 198–199.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Review of Dele Adeyanju, ed., The Sociolinguistics of English and Nigerian Languages (München: Lincom, 2009).’ English World-Wide 33: 231–235.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Review of Farzad Sharifian and Gary B. Palmer, eds., Applied Cultural Linguistics: Implications for Second Language Learning and Intercultural Communication (Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2007).’ Multilingua 28: 471–474.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Review of John Holm und Peter L. Patrick, eds., Comparative Creole Syntax: Parallel Outlines of 18 Creole Grammars (London: Battlebridge, 2007).’ Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 33: 338–341.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Review of Michael Aceto und Jeffrey P. Williams, eds., Contact Englishes of the Eastern Caribbean (Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2003).’ Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 31: 250–253.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Review of Paul Skandera, Drawing a Map of Africa: Idiom in Kenyan English (Tübingen: Narr, 2003).’ World Englishes 24: 551–552.
    • Deuber Dagmar. . ‘Review of Susanne Mühleisen, Creole Discourse: Exploring Prestige Formation and Change across Caribbean English-Lexicon Creoles (Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2002).’ Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 30: 271–274.
  • Supervised Theses

    Supervised Dissertations

    Lau, Ka ManLanguage use in social media marketing in Hong Kong: Variation and attitudes
    Meer, PhilippStandard English in Trinidadian Secondary Schools: Accent Variation and Attitudes
    Hänsel, EvaStandard accents in the Grenadian secondary and tertiary educational system: A study of attitudes and usage
    Hartmann, JohannaMobile outer circle speakers’ attitudes towards different varieties of English
    Gao, CuicuiMetadiscourse in Academic Lectures: A Comparative Analysis of MOOCs and University Lectures
    Gerfer, AnikaWhite appropriation of Jamaican Creole in reggae and dancehall music
    Durgasingh, RyanInfluences on Trinidadian English Morphosyntax
    Li, ZeyuAcquisition of Rhoticity by Second Language (L2) Learners of English
    Jansen, LisaEnglish rock and pop performances: A sociolinguistic investigation of British and American language perceptions and attitudes
    Oyebola, Folajimi KehindeAttitudes of Nigerians towards Accents of English
    Muhammad, ShakirA corpus based comparison of variation in online registers of Pakistani English using MD analysis
    Westphal, MichaelLinguistic variation in Jamaican radio
    Wilson, GuyanneThe Sociolinguistics of Singing: Dialect and Style in Classical Choral Singing in Trinidad

    Supervised Habilitations

    Westphal, MichaelTag questions across Englishes: A corpus pragmatic analysis